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Do I need a comma in this sentence?

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What is the meaning of the phrase: "to lean on the shovel"?

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"We weren't all happy" — does that mean some of us or all of us?

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Is the "Secret Policeman's Ball" an allusion to bribery?

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Is "Wile E. Coyote moment" mainly an economic metaphor?

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Annual school events

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Is "Too Much People" possible when I want to get the feeling of uncountable people?

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Is it correct to write "offer of" or "offer on" and "whenever suits you better"

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What's the best way to solve this run on sentence (lots of "and"s)?

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Word that means "Sneak and Steal"?

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English equivalent for new Brazilian Portuguese slang term “desaplaudido”?

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Like as a preposition and prepositional phrase sub categorization rules

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What's the meaning of "Fairytale meets beat meets counterculture"?

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"Quota" - "how much" or "how many"?

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How do people in Silicon Valley pronounce "10x" as in a "10x engineer"?

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How do you pronounce "HTTPS"?

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When she _____ dinner, her husband came home. (was making) or (had made)

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Why can't "unless" mean "except if" in "My wife will be angry unless I'm home by 7.00"

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I'm looking for the word that means opposition towards a specific nation or country

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The handwriting to text

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"the" vs "those" as determiners

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What to change Caucasian to on forms?

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The disaster we worried about "most" or "the most"?

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Is a vector of symbols used as singular or plural?

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Associative property of cardinal adjectives

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Do you "put on" a spare tire?

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Phrase or saying to mean proceeding from a point of inspiration

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"how ever" vs "however"

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Which word describes 'keeping one's hand on another's shoulder'

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"Leads ... to be" or "leads ... to being"